Kim and Greig, Bluebird Garage. I met Kim and Greig a year ago. We had a beer and chatted about their wedding day. Usually the conversation revolves around photographs in a vineyard, or on the beach, or alongside a river. But in this occasion, Kim had me listening very, very intently to their plans which revolved around getting married in an indoor market. Okaaaaay, slightly different. I can’t say I was fully convinced that this was going to work. But Kim didn’t need any convincing – she had this whole wedding day thing sorted in her mind. I looked across at Greig for a hint of a doubt. There was none. But that’s the beauty you see. Because when someone has a vision of exactly what they want, and when they’re creative to boot, well, they sometimes see things that you just don’t. And this time around I wasn’t seeing what they had in their heads. Then came wedding day and as I walked into Bluebird Garage the penny dropped in 1/1000th of a second. BAM! There was the dream in full-blown techni-colour. I shot the decor and headed through to Kim, Greig and their mates all getting ready. BAM! More vision. I mean seriously – take a look at the bouquets Kim made for herself and her bridesmaids – all out of sheet music. Check out the attention-to-detail! Nail varnish around the edges of the bouquets to match each girl’s shoes. Not a shabby creative this Kim of ours. As for Greig and the groomsmen – talk about supercool. I’m not sure any of them had heart beats they were so calm. And the guests – ‘we’re-coming-to-the-party-all-the-way-dudes’ – dress up, very responsive, kind of people. So what a fine, fine day it was, just awesome in every single respect. Long live creativity.